Recent Submissions

  • Understanding interprofessional relationships by the use of contact theory 

    Mohaupt, Jennifer, Mary van Soeren, Mary-Anne Andrusyszyn, Kathleen MacMillan, et al. 2012. "Understanding interprofessional relationships by the use of contact theory." Journal of Interprofessional Care 26(5): 370-375.
    The importance and necessity of interprofessional collaboration (IPC) present challenges for educators as they determine how best to achieve IPC through interprofessional education (IPE). Simulation-based teaching has been ...
  • Simulated interprofessional education: An analysis of teaching and learning processes 

    van Soeren, Mary, Sandra Devlin-Cop, Kathleen MacMillan, Lindsay Baker, et al. 2011. "Simulated interprofessional education: An analysis of teaching and learning processes." Journal of Interprofessional Care 25(6): 434-440.
    Simulated learning activities are increasingly being used in health professions and interprofessional education (IPE). Specifically, IPE programs are frequently adopting role-play simulations as a key learning approach. ...
  • Leadership of interprofessional health and social care teams: a socio-historical analysis 

    Reeves, S., K. Macmillan, and M. van Soeren. 2010. "Leadership of interprofessional health and social care teams: a socio-historical analysis." Journal of nursing management 18(3): 258-264.
    Aim: The aim of this paper is to explore some of the key socio-historical issues related to the leadership of interprofessional teams. Background: Over the past quarter of a century, there have been repeated calls for ...
  • Nursing leaders' accountability to narrow the safety chasm: insights and implications from the collective evidence base on healthcare safety 

    Jeffs, L., K. MacMillan, C. McKey, and E. Ferris. 2009. "Nursing leaders' accountability to narrow the safety chasm: insights and implications from the collective evidence base on healthcare safety." Canadian journal of nursing leadership 22(1): 86-98.
    Challenges continue to exist in bridging the safety gap to ensure that consistent, high-quality nursing care is provided based on the best scientific knowledge available. This paper examines findings from nursing research ...
  • The challenge of achieving interprofessional collaboration: Should we blame Nightingale? 

    MacMillan, Kathleen, M.. 2012. "The challenge of achieving interprofessional collaboration: Should we blame Nightingale?." Journal of Interprofessional Care 26(5): 410-415.
    The goal of implementing true interprofessional collaboration within the health care system seems to be elusive. The historical role of medicine as primary clinical leader and decision maker is particularly entrenched in ...
  • A virtual learning community for interprofessional education 

    van Soeren, Mary, Sandra Devlin-Cop, Kathleen Maude MacMillan, and Scott Reeves. 2012. "A virtual learning community for interprofessional education." Journal of Interprofessional Care 26(2): 156-157.
    No abstract available.
  • Leveraging safer nursing care by conceptualizing near misses as recovery processes 

    Jeffs, L., K. MacMillan, and M. Maione. 2009. "Leveraging safer nursing care by conceptualizing near misses as recovery processes." Journal of nursing care quality 24(2): 166-171.
    The purpose of this study was to elicit perceptions and experiences of nurses associated with a recovery process (near miss) intervention (wound care management). From the content analysis of interview data involving 12 ...
  • Building capacity for nursing research 

    Jeffs, L., D. D. Affonso, K. MacMillan, S. Mathews, et al. 2006. "Building capacity for nursing research." Canadian Nurse 102(8): 30-32.
    Given how important care processes are to the nursing profession, it is imperative that nurses take a lead role in building capacity for nursing research and that they make a strong contribution to building the body of ...
  • Residential outcomes for nursing facility applicants who have been diverted: where are they 5 years later? 

    Chapin, R., B. Baca, K. Macmillan, R. Rachlin, et al. 2009. "Residential outcomes for nursing facility applicants who have been diverted: where are they 5 years later?." Gerontologist 49(1): 46-56.
    No abstract available.